a reply to: Astronomer62
Hi Astronomer62, so I'm all caught up now. I finished reading all your posts, including your thread, 'The Centenary Mystery of World War One. Woof!
You are my introduction to archeoastronomy. I like it!
But, like I said before, it's not easy for me to wrap my brain around. I couldn't possibly engage you in any sort of debate as a Mason (a 'real'
Mason, not a 'fringe' Mason, lol).
It seems that 'fringe' Masons (we call them 'irregular') are more into this stuff than we 'regular' Masons are.
So, I'm a university educated philosopher. One of my profs actually included astrology as a topic choice to write an essay about. I chose it and wrote
about it. I created a powerpoint presentation and everything. I wish I still had it. I don't know what I did with it. I'm not very well organized.
Anyway, there was a question that was asked on your thread that I would really like you to go into if you don't mind. And take your time (I know you
have to pace yourself because of the pain you have, so no problem - I get that to a certain degree, too, because I have a few spinal issues of my own,
but not nearly the same as yours.)
The question was asked by 'surfer-soul': "Why do you think it is important for secret society’s to have events happen under the star alignments you
have shown? What benefit could this provide for them?"
That's a good question.
Also, as a side point, I don't think I will ever look at the 'Blazing Star' on the floor of my Lodge in the same way ever again! It's Sirius?!
That is really cool beans.
Extra: I was reluctant to throw this out to you but, because of the amount of work you have done, I want to share it with you. I'm sure you've heard
of Robert Bauval's Orion Correlation Theory but, apparently, that's only part of the story. Here's Goro Adachi's Timer Rivers Theory, purported to be
one of the other pieces of the 'cosmic' puzzle you might find interesting/helpful.
Time Rivers Theory
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